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Film Events in Wisconsin

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 Family Movie
Thursday, August 21, 2014. 2pm. Meet Elsa! Sing-a-long and ice cream sundaes. Dress up as your favorite character! Hosted by the Alice Baker Library in Eagle. free. Eagle Municipal Building, 820 E. Main Street, Eagle, Waukesha County. Call 262-594-2800. Subjects: Families, Film [E-98979]
 Teen Screen
Thursday, August 21, 2014. 7pm -. This post-apocalyptic movie is based on a book about a teen's decision to choose factions. Snacks. For 7th graders and older. free. Alice Baker Memorial Public Library, 820 E. Main Street, Eagle, Waukesha County. Call 262-594-2800. Subjects: Teens, Film [E-98984]
 Free Showing of "Gravity"
Wednesday, September 24, 2014. 1 pm. The film "Gravity" will be shown in the Glendale Senior Citizens Clubroom on the lower level of the school. The film was nominated for ten Academy Awards and received seven, including Best Director. The focus is on the plight of two astronauts (Sandra Bullock ad George Clooney) when their space shuttle is destroyed mid-orbit. Their attempts to return to earth are dramatically compelling. Free. Glen Hills Middle School, 2600 W Mill Rd, Glendale, Milwaukee County. Call 414-540-2100. Subjects: Film, Seniors [E-99191]
 Consider the Conversation 2: Stories About Cure, Relief and Comfort
Saturday, October 4, 2014. 7 pm. This new film goes a step further with continuing the effect of American medicine's success on the patient/doctor relationship and sheds light on the important role communication plays in helping both patient and doctor navigate the murky waters of severe chronic disease. $10 all Tickets. Oconomowoc Arts Center, 641 E Forest Street, Oconomowoc, Waukesha County. Call 262-560-3172. Subjects: Film [E-98246]
 Free Showing of "The Book Thief"
Wednesday, October 22, 2014. 1 pm. The film "The Book Thief" will be shown in the clubroom on the lower level of the school. It is the story of a young girl sent to live with a foster German family in Nazi Germany. She is taught to read by her foster father (Geoffrey Rush), after which she "borrows books" and shares them with the young Jewish refugee also taken in by her foster family. Emily Watson is also featured. Free. Glen Hills Middle School, 2600 W Mill Rd, Glendale, Milwaukee County. Call 414-540-2100. Subjects: Film, Seniors [E-99195]
 Unforgettable
Saturday, January 31, 2015. 7 pm. Unforgettabletells the fascinating story of Brad Williams. Featured on 60 Minutes and dubbed "the Human Google" by Good Morning America, Brad is only the second person ever studied for Hyperthymesia (also known as superior autobiographical memory), an uncanny and detailed recall of his entire life. $10 all tickets. Oconomowoc Arts Center, 641 E Forest Street, Oconomowoc, Waukesha County. Call 262-560-3172. Subjects: Film [E-98245]
 Events Spanning Multiple Days 
 Spotlight on Great Directors: Their Classic Films, Their Favorite Players and Th
Sunday, August 24, 2014 through Friday, August 29, 2014. This seminar will focus on the work of five celebrated movie directors of the classic age, and seek to define and describe the essential components of each director's style, tone and sense of storytelling. Participants will learn about the stars and supporting players used repeatedly in a given director's movies and will learn to appreciate more about the variety of film genres in which each director worked. Instructor: Jack Rhodes Bjorklunden's magnificent lodge, just south of Baileys Harbor, WI, 7590 Boynton Lane, Bailey's Harbor, Door County. Call 920-839-2216. Subjects: Film, Education, Art [E-96803]
 The 1940s: Exploring the Decade Through Film, Literature and Popular Culture
Sunday, September 14, 2014 through Friday, September 19, 2014. The decade of the 1940s was a time of marked contrast for the United States, encompassing the challenges of war mobilization, peacetime readjustment, shifting political allegiances, rural-to-suburban migration, the Baby Boom& the beginnings of the Cold War. This seminar will re-examine the filmmakers & screenwriters, novelists, authors of short stories, poets, musicians & radio personalities who made artistic contributions that have defined their era in American history. Instructor: Jack Rhodes Bjorklunden's magnificent lodge, just south of Baileys Harbor, WI, 7590 Boynton Lane, Bailey's Harbor, Door County. Call 920-839-2216. Subjects: Film, Education, Historic [E-96809]
 2014 Steadicam Workshop Hosted by Full Compass
Thursday, September 25, 2014 through Friday, September 26, 2014. 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. Join us for a 2-Day Steadicam Zephyr / Scout / Pilot Workshop! This workshop covers all fundamentals of Steadicam operating, including work on stairs, running shots, composition and low-mode operation. Tiffen will supply all Steadicam systems with accessories as required, along with Steadicam t-shirts and Certificates of Completion for each student. Lunch will be provided. Classes are limited to 9 students on a first come, first paid basis. Register today to secure your spot! $600 Tuition. Full Compass Systems, Ltd, 9770 Silicon Prairie Pkwy, Madison, Dane County. Call 608-831-7330. Subjects: Education, Film, Community [E-98412]
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